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Facebook is now available in Corsican, Fula, and Maltese

On the eve of International Translation Day, Facebook has added support for three new languages, making its social network available in 101 languages. Starting today, it’ll be available in Corsican, Maltese, and Fula, enabling the more than 1 billion people to be more comfortable with the service. While it’s not usually a big deal that […]
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